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Lady of Sorrows Mancha Blanca Church, Tinajo
(4.5/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Lady of Sorrows Mancha Blanca Church is located in Tinajo. Use our Lanzarote trip generator to add Lady of Sorrows Mancha Blanca Church and other attractions to your Lanzarote vacation plans.
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  • Beautiful and understated in the most beautiful village of Spain. If the door is open, do not hesitate and come inside. The verhasl has it that by intervention of the Blessed Virgin here the lava flow was stopped during the last volcanic eruption in 1736
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  • Church walk road with ample parking. Dedicated to the Virgin of the Dolores, that according to legend, a neighbor follows the Virgin, he nailed a cross on the ground asking to stop the lava approached the village. The lava stopped and in the same place is raised this church. Outside there is an explanation of what happened with the remains of the cross. Very well maintained Church, painted white with volcanic stone on the outside. The interior is also in a good condition. It is worth a visit if you're in the area. It is a symbol and a devotion of the inhabitants of the island.
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  • A quiet place where you feel good can, was 1836 at the large volcanic eruption as large the plight of people just go in and work on.
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